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OUR WHY

 

Understanding what it takes to manage and keep a successful and rewarding employment relationship, in line with New Zealand's employment laws, is paramount when dealing with your people at work.

 

Your people need to know what their obligations are in their employment relationship with the business and the business needs to have trust and confidence in the people employed to fulfill the businesses' work.

Diligence at Work was formed to help business leaders accomplish an equitable understanding of their employment law obligations to their people. Your people are your most valuable assets.

 

Providing them with the tools they need to have open communication to build a healthy inhouse culture at thier workplace, does wonders for your businesses reputation.

We work alongside a business leader to guide and navigate the revision of their businesses policies and procedures to endear and retain trust in relationships with employees, stakeholders and communities.

Our services are designed for business leaders who are not only charged to manage people at work, but who also want to drive their leadership inhouse to higher performance levels and success.

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Tuangane Matangi

Director & Employment Law Advocate

Diligence at Work 

Tuangane Matangi is a legally trained and qualified Employment Law Advocate. 

Graduating from the University of Canterbury in 2016 with a Bachelor of Laws, Tuangane went on to practice as an Employment, Family and General Practice Lawyer at law firms in Hauraki and Waikato, before working as a property lawyer following shifting back to Christchurch.

 

Prior to her legal training and experience as a lawyer, Tuangane worked in a variety of employment roles, including as a journalist, freezing worker, front of house, cleaner, and copy writer.

 

Tuangane also holds a Diploma of Journalism and Diploma in Environmental Management.

 

Tuangane is well versed to assist Employers and Employees to achieve their desired results in their employment relationships.